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DIY Flannel Baby Blocks For A Nursery

Wed, Mar 4, 2015 | DIY Projects

These blocks will be good looking at your kids’ room. Flannel is very soft fabric and these blocks are so cozy and comfortable! You will need flannel, scissors, sewing machine and pins. You can make several blocks. Each one has six panels (6″ x 6″). Before sewing don’t’ forget to iron. For the whole block, you can use a 1/2 inch inseam. Begin by sewing together the four side panels. Next, attach the top panel by pulling each side taut and matching all the corners. When a corner is reached, sew until you’ve reached your inseam depth, which is 1/2 inch. Stop with the needle down. Again, with the needle down, lift the presser foot (in the sewing machine) and rotate the fabric 90 degrees. Next steps of the tutorial are here.

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Funny DIY Toilet Roll Leprechaun King

Wed, Mar 4, 2015 | DIY Projects

It’s a very funny and easy-to-make craft. You can create this king with your kids and start to play! You will need a rectangle of green paper for the King’s suit (craft paper, crepe paper, wrapping paper or scrapbooking paper – whatever you have), a rectangle of orange paper for the beard with slits (cut all along one side), two longer strips of orange paper for the hair at either side of the beard, a strip of gold paper (cut into a crown shape). First curl the orange beard and hair strips around a pencil or pen to give it a lovely ‘bounce’. Then glue the green paper suit, beard and hair into position on the toilet paper tube. Now glue on the crown. Draw little dots for the eyes, nose and mouth. That’s all!

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Affordable Yet Absolutely Beautiful Neutral Baby Nursery

Tue, Mar 3, 2015 | Kids room

In my mind the thought of designer’s nursery was inseparable from the thought of large expenses on it. However, it’s so not true, and today’s room totally proves that. Interior designer Autumn Clemons created such a chic, budget-friendly nursery, which we just should share! It really seems like you don’t have to overspend to create the nursery of your dreams. The space is filled with creative, thoughtful and absolutely wonderful décor elements. You won’t believe it, but the ceiling that looks like wood planks is actually just wallpaper from eBay! Crazy, huh? Go down to the gallery below to see all of the gorgeous photos, and don’t be afraid to use help of the designers, because they usually know better how to spend money wisely.

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The Best Kids Room Furniture and Designs of February 2015

Tue, Mar 3, 2015 | Best of Kidsomania

Here are the best kids room design ideas that we were covering on Kidsomania during February 2015. If you’ve missed them than don’t hesitate to check them out.

23 Creative And Cozy Rustic Kids Bedrooms
Sophisticated Pink And Grey Vintage Baby Girl Nursery

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The Best DIY Projects For Kids of February 2015

Mon, Mar 2, 2015 | Best of Kidsomania

Here are the best DIY projects to make them for your kids or with them that we were covering on Kidsomania during February 2015. If you’ve missed them than don’t hesitate to check them out.

Sweet And Easy DIY Cardboard Dollhouse To Make
Colorful DIY Animal Necklaces To Make

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Pretty Shelves From Mitahli Designs – A Perfect Addition To A Nursery

Sat, Feb 28, 2015 | Kids room

Shelving not only as a place for storage but also as a beautiful decor piece… What do you think about that? Shelves from Mitahli Designs are absolutely charming, rather small yet sturdy, they’re great for displaying some art, souveniers, small toys or something like that. I think it actually makes them such a perfect addition to a nursery, kid’s room or playroom. They offer shelves lovingly made from timber in Cross, Miffy and Ice Cream designs in a variety of paint options, but the custom shapes are also available. Gladly, Mitahli Designs ship worldwide, so make sure to check out their website! Enjoy!

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DIY Image Transfer Magnets To Play With Kids

Fri, Feb 27, 2015 | DIY Projects

It’s so great if you have various games and ideas of crafts for every day and your kids develop their imagination and creativity. For this project you will need polymer clay, doodles, pencil or colored pencils, blank white paper, spoon, cutting blade, magnets, strong adhesive, permanent markers and metallic pens. First, choose your doodles. Use the blank paper and trace the doodles in mirror image with a pencil using heavy, dark lines. Make sure to include all the details. Next prepare the polymer clay. Then press the pencil drawings, face down. Use your fingers or a spoon to burnish the backside of the doodle. The rest of the tutorial is here.

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Original DIY Skater Figure With A Magnet

Fri, Feb 27, 2015 | DIY Projects

Winter has almost gone, but you and your kids can always play in winter games! For this project you will need paints, cardboard, scissors, glue, cork, thumbtack, box and washi tape. You have to paint your character on cardboard and then cut it out. Don’t forget to paint your character on the back too. The lower part you have to glue around a piece of cork, and in the end you need to stick a thumbtack from the bottom into the cork. For the rink you can use any box. Also you need to paint the ground and decorate the border with washi tape. After that you can move a magnet from below and your kids will see how the figure rotates.

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The Cutest DIY Barefoot Sandals For Babies

Thu, Feb 26, 2015 | Accessories, DIY Projects

Kids grow out of clothes so fast! However, a mom’s desire to dress a baby girl sometimes seems to be insuperable. Instead of wasting a large amount of money on some designer’s clothes, make some yourself! It won’t break the bank, it’ll be fun and entertaining to do. These barefoot sandals are so stinkin’ cute! They also can make a great gift for a baby shower. To make them you only need 5/8” fold over elastic, 2.5” chiffon flowers, felt, hot glue gun and scissors. As for the size of elastic, use your best judgment, because all babies grow at different rates. The tutorial is incredibly easy, so head over to craftaholicsanonymous.net to read it. Enjoy!

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Fantasy-Like And Unique Children’s Beds From Kid’s Factory

Thu, Feb 26, 2015 | Beds, Kids room

Designers at the Netherlands funniest and most creative brand Kid’s Factory has a rather unique approach to kids’ beds, and it’s so cool! If you’re having troubles with putting your kids to bed, with a bed looking like a personal house or a wagon, your child will run to get in it. They’re so dreamy, fantasy-like and fun! Unfortunately, there’s no information about ordering and shipping to other countries from their main website, which is all in Dutch by the way, but all of these beds are such a perfection, you can certainly gain inspiration from them and try to build something like that on your own. Enjoy the photos!

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